discal

discal

(ˈdɪskəl)
adj
(Biology) biology zoology relating to or resembling a disc; disclike: discal cells.
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10, 14); venation of forewing: Rs1 and Rs2 forked at 1/4 of the base; Rs3 and Rs4 forked at anterior margin of distal corner of discal cell (Figs.
It is a member of the Megalurothrips genus-group with the following characters in common: Antennae 8-segmented, ocellar setae pair I present, median metanotal setae at anterior margin, metanotal spinula absent, abdominal tergite VIII with posteromarginal comb usually interrupted, sternal discal setae absent (Mound and Palmer, 1981).
Wing bicoloured, orange at the base and blackish at the tip; darkening of the wing apex reaching discal cell or nearly so; male terminalia as fig.
Abdominal syntergite 1+2 and tergite 3 without median marginal setae; tergites 4 and 5 with a row of median marginal setae; discal setae lacking on syntergite 1+2 and tergites 3 and 4; abdominal setulae gradually increasing in size posteriorly, more visible on sides of the tergites 4 and 5.
Hernia discal recurrente: estudios poblacionales han informado que pacientes con dolor radicular con pocos sintomas axiales que fueron llevados a cirugia por herniacion discal recurrente tienen un 25 % de riesgo adicional de requerir cirugia adicional en los siguientes 10 anos.
Asi entonces, el grupo 1 se divide en individuos que pertenecen a tres categorias--normal, hernia discal y espondilolistesis--, mientras que el 2 cuenta con la misma cantidad de individuos, pero divididos en dos categorias: normal y anormal (incluye hernia discal y espondilolistesis) [12], [13].
* Disc displacement: If the inferior retrodiscal lamina and the discal collateral ligament becomes elongated, the disc can be positioned more anteriorly by the superior lateral pterygoid muscle.
The role of discal ligaments is to prevent divergence of the disc and condyle head; hence, discal ligaments were modeled through fixing the distance between some nodes on the disc and condyle head.